Herbs that expand the clear space within the bronchial tubes, thus opening-up airways and relieving obstruction. Effective for asthma, bronchitis, emphysema. They may help cystic fibrosis, bronchiectasis and relieve cough. Bronchodilator Herbs Ephedra Euphorbia hirta Grindelia Lobelia Mouse Ear Sundew White Horehound White Squills Wild
Ingredients: 3 tablespoons of sea moss gel 1 handful blueberries 1 medium/large ripe banana 1/4 cup or more Water Instructions: Add all the ingredients to a blender, along with water and blend until smooth. Start with only 1/4 cup of water and add more as
Infusion of Plantain Ingredients: 1 oz. Plantain leaves (cut) 1¼ pints distilled water Instruction: 1. Boil the water. 2. Pour the boiling water over the herb. 3. Cover and let steep in a hot place for 20 minutes. 4. Strain; add 2 ozs. glycerine. 5.
Lymphalin – Description Removes masses of calcification throughout the body. Lymphalin is rich in natural mineral gold which is essential to the body and aids in the break-up of calcification. Main Ingredients: Hortensia (Hydrangea spp.) Pushiana (Rhamnus purshiana) Red Clover (Trifolium pratense) Mulato (Bursera simaruba)
Infusion of Pilewort (Lesser Celandine) Ingredients: 1 oz. Pilewort Herb (Lesser Celandine) (cut) 1 1⁄4 pints distilled water Instructions: 1. Boil the water and pour over Herb. Cover and let steep in a hot place for 20 minutes. 2. Strain and add 1 oz. glycerine.
Scientic name: Lactuca virosa L. Family: Asteraceae/Compositae Other names: Bitter Lettuce, Great Lettuce, Lettuce Opium, Prickly Lettuce, Strong-Scented Lettuce, Green Endive, Lettuce Opium, Acrid Lettuce, Poison Lettuce, Wild Lettuce Not to be Confused With: Lactuca sativa, Lactuca serriola, Lactuca quercina and Sonchus oleraceus. Habitat: The
Scientific name: Justicia spicigera Family: Acanthaceae Other names: Limalin, Mohuite, Muitle, Mucle, Indigo stone, Indigo grass, Purple grass, Mahuitle, Mayotli, Micle, Mohuite, Dye stick and Trumpet, among others Habitat: Native to Central America (Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua) and Mexico, and
Traditional uses of medicinal plants by native people in Nawarangpur district, Odisha, India Reference(s) Traditional uses of medicinal plants by native people in Nawarangpur district, Odisha, India by N. K. Dhal, S. S. Panda* and S. D. Muduli Environment and Sustainability Department, CSIR-Institute of Minerals
Potassium Chloride Formed through the unification of potassium and chlorine. It is found in the blood and lymph. By its action on collagen (which is a particular gelatinoid) it forms fibrin. This fibrin is the builder of muscular and ligamentous structures, but unless there is
Traditional Plants Containing Aphrodisiac Potentials Reference(s) noted 1. Ang HH, Chan KL, Gan EK, Yuen KH. Enhancement of sexual motivation in sexually naive male mice by Eurycoma longifolia. International Journal of Pharmacology 1997; 35:144‐146. 2. Osen RC, Ashton AK. Prosexual drugs: empirical status of the
Infusion of Plantain Ingredients 1 oz. Plantain leaves (cut) 1 1⁄4 pints distilled water Instruction 1. Boil the water, pour over Herbs. 2. Cover and let steep in a hot place for 20 minutes. 3. Strain, and add 2 ounces of glycerine. Cool and bottle.
Condurango Scientific Name: Marsdenia cundurango, Rchb. Other Names: Eagle Vine, Condurangu, Condor vine, Gonolobus Condurango, Kondurango, Mata peroo Family: Asclepiadaceae Not to be Confused With: Asclepias umbellata or Elcomarrhiza amylacea Habitat: Native of the Andes Mountains in South America and especially in Ecuador and Peru.
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